Hispanic Cancer Rates Change After U.S. Immigration

Many Hispanic immigrants who relocate to the United States face much higher cancer rates than those in the country they left behind, new research shows. While the U.S. might provide more cancer screening and often better health care overall, said Paulo Pinheiro, an epidemiologist with the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and the study's lead author, "For Hispanic populations, there are beneficial lifestyles associated with their origin that probably should be kept. There are...Full Story
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